From the starting point, a pink tunnel leads down into the underworld
Fuschias sculptures really shows their true beauty in this environemt
What a way to display a really huge lady!
Behind a dark wall I discovered this cave
Bricks floating in the air - this is just so wonderful NPIRL
A dark and scary tunnel leads to....
... an amazing underworld sea!
Sitting on a leaf in a cave, pondering the wonderful world of virtuality, was a real treat.
Not to mention sailing on one in the swift stream :-)
One thing that really amazed me was the clever use of space; being able to accommodate such a large set of displays on a rather small parcel was surprising. Apart from that, the texturing was superb, and all the caves really felt like caves; not a square prim in sight:-) And while the build did contain pieces of art, like sculptures and paintings, this is more of a case where the build itself becomes art. Simply amazing.
There is a page with videos from the build: https://sites.google.com/site/artmazeinsecondlife/home/art-maze-videos
If you ever get a chance to see any exhibition by these talented builders and artist, don't miss the opportunity. Fuschia currently has an exhibit called 'Virtual Unreality' at the Fruit Islands Art. This exhibits closes at the end of the month, so make sure to pay it a visit before then!